One of the two demonstrators seriously injured on Saturday during the prohibited demonstration against mega-basins in Sainte-Soline (Deux-Sèvres) came out of a coma, a spokesperson for the Les Uprisings of the Earth movement in Paris announced on Thursday March 30.
Benoît Feuillu spoke just before a gathering of a few hundred people in front of the Paris City Hall, at the call of his movement.
Rallies were thus convened in front of the prefectures of the whole country - in particular in Niort, Rennes, Nantes, Lyon, Dijon or even Lille and Strasbourg - "
against repression in Sainte-Soline
" and "
" in the demonstrations against pension reform.
“We will not allow ourselves to be dissolved”
There is still one person between life and death, Serge.
And a second person (...) who just woke up.
We are here to hope that he recovers after days in a coma
, ”said Benoît Feuillu, alongside political representatives (EELV, PCF, NPA) and environmental associations.
The families of the two injured demonstrators, Mickaël and Serge, aged 34 and 32, filed a complaint, in particular for "
We are not going to stop (...), we will not allow ourselves to be dissolved!
Said Benoît Feuillu, two days after Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin initiated proceedings to dissolve the “Earth Uprisings”, which he holds responsible for the clashes on Saturday in Sainte-Soline.
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Three hundred personalities, including the actor Mathieu Amalric, the novelist Annie Ernaux or the actress Adèle Haenel signed a column in
, published Thursday and entitled "
We are the Uprisings of the Earth
", to make public their membership of this movement.
The Minister of the Interior had asked the prefects on Wednesday to strengthen security around the prefectures in the face of "
threats from the ultra-left
" and orders were issued by several prefectures to ban demonstrations.